Mountainsmith Descent Small Backpack

Mountainsmith Descent Small Backpack
Mountainsmith Descent Small Backpack
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Descent Small Backpack by Mountainsmith
Mountainsmith's Descent Small Backpack protects your DSLR camera whether it's a mellow hike to the summit or a spiraling staircase to the top of a foreign cathedral. Its shoulder sling lets you access the camera quicker than a backpack, which comes in handy when wildlife walks onto the trail in front of you. Mountainsmith made it out of heavy-duty Cordura with water-resistant paneling to shed any raindrops that fall on the pack while you're pulling the rain cover on.

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